Melbourne, April 27 (ANI): Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire, who has a unique ability to draw detailed city skylines from memory, has his sights set on Sydney.
The architectural artist was diagnosed with autism when he was three years old.
Wiltshire will arrive in Australia this week with hopes to produce a poster-size pen and ink drawing of the harbour city after examining its skyline for just 20 minutes, reports The Herald Sun.
The 36-year-old prodigy draws an image after taking helicopter ride to carefully look at the landscape in detail.
Wiltshire is quite excited about his visit to Australia, "I have never been there before. I wanted to go because it's a nice, beautiful city. It's going to be amazing," he said.
Wiltshire has been invited to Sydney by Autism Spectrum Australia Aspect to mark Autism month. (ANI)